DTV is a Public Education Channel programmed by Davison Community Schools. It airs on the Charter Communications system (Channel 191) in the Davison area. The goal of DTV is to create programming that highlights what’s happening in the Davison School District.
DTV also offers a unique learning experience for Davison high school students. Most of DTV’s programming is created entirely by the High School video journalism class. Students write and produce a daily newscast as well as man all crew positions for live & taped events.
The DTV class is taught and managed by Randy Scott. He has taught since 2004. Mr. Scott has over 15 years of experience in the local TV broadcast industry. Mr. Scott was the head photographer at WEYI-TV in Flint. He also worked as a photographer at WJRT-TV in Flint and WXYZ-TV in Detroit.
Amy Lesko co-manages the station alongside Mr. Scott. In addition to supervising and producing televised after-school events, Mrs. Lesko has a bachelor’s degree in communications and music. She has over 16 years of experience in the broadcast industry and was a former producer for WJRT-TV in Flint
Where are we?
DTV is located inside Davison High School. The station is on the East side of the building next to the media center. Look for the colorful wall murals hand-painted by art students for DTV.
Shows and Programs:
Every school day, students produce a short afternoon newscast that goes out live to every classroom in DHS and every household within the Charter Communications system in Davison. Also streaming all live event on a live stream through the NFHS Network. The students create the content as well as write and edit the stories. In the evening, DTV broadcasts games, concerts, and other events live. The events are also replayed throughout the week. DTV covers events from all of the schools in our district.